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Extracts from a Paris letters. --From the Paris correspondence of the Baltimore American we gather the following items: A report has recently been in circulation that M. de Lamartine was lying dangerously ill at Macon. The illustrious poet himself contradicts this statement in a note to one of the daily journals, declares that his health is excellent, and that he is incessantly occupied in preparing for the press the complete edition of his works published by himself. Apropos of M deLamartine, I can relate an anecdote of the poet which illustrates his carelessness in pecuniary matters, and has not appeared in print in America. One day, early last summer, the author of the "Meditations" entered a well known restaurant on the boulevard and ordered an ice. The proprietor of the establishment waited in person upon his distinguished customer, and, after some hesitation, said: "Monsieur de Lamartine, I am one of your innumerable admirers, and would be delighted to subscr